The elders had a great baptism that was really sweet. One of the children from our part member family was there and seems to have really taken to me, her brother was surprised that she was fine leaving his side without him even realising, so that was nice. Just need to teach that family a bit more!!
We had the most haphazard attempt at practising a nativity for the Christmas party. I don't know why it's not the primary doing it, as I think they would be easier to direct than a gaggle of adults. Still, it was great to see so many members who wanted to be a part of it.
Oh... so I'm a sister training leader apparently, which is a big surprise as nothing was said until today and will probably be heading on a plane to Porto tomorrow or the day after for mission council. Luckily I'm with Sister Moraes and we only have one other companionship of sisters to worry about, so that should make it a bit easier. We'll just see how that goes :)
We had a massive miracle this week when our investigator called us asking us to come visit her. That was a nice thing that has never happened before. Anything is possible!
Other drama of the week. The day Sister Hansen got here our recent convert was rushed to hospital because she was found collapsed on the floor. We managed to find her that night and she has since been sent back home (I don't know why when she lives ALONE!) but she looked good when we went to see her again on Sunday. She remembered us coming to the hospital as well, which was nice. Every little thing we do really is valuable.
We have a missionary just returned from South Africa in our ward now too. It was really strange seeing what it might be like to go home in 4 months. Kind of scary. He seems great though, literally asked us 'so do you need any member fellowshippers for your investigators?' hoping our number of lessons with members goes up!
That's about it. Hope you are all well.